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Mortgage company celebrates opening of Moab branch
Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. (PRMI), hosted an open house Dec. 18 at their new Moab branch located at 23 South 100 West. Rarni Schultz, PRMI Moab branch manager, and Melissa O’Donnal joined o...
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Hospital offers discount to help uninsured women receive mammograms
Moab Regional’s Oct. 11 golf tournament will also raise money for digital mammography program
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Local doctor donates vasectomy fees to non-profit groups
A local physician has contributed approximately $15,000 to local charities by collecting donations from the recipients of no-scalpel vasectomies performed at his Moab clinic. Through his program, D...
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New guide service aims to fill gap in backcountry offerings
A new backcountry guide service that specializes in custom journeys for small groups and families has opened in Moab. Deep Desert Expeditions, founded by Moab resident Mike Coronella, aims to fill ...
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  • Second Lives: Sara Melnicoff
    by Charli Engelhorn
    staff writer
    07.12.12 - 10:29 am

  • <b><i>Job search...</b></i><br>
Manti-La Sal National Forest fire prevention technician Heather McLean, left, helped Ken Davis fill out an application form at this week’s job fair. Employers and job seekers alike turned out in higher-than-expected numbers for the Feb. 11 event at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center. About 117 job-seekers attended the event, according to Kelly Thornton, workforce development specialist for the Utah Department of Workforce Service’s (DWS) Moab office. Twenty-eight employers and four community partners were also represented at the job fair, which was hosted by DWS, the Moab Chamber of Commerce, the Business Expansion And Retention Program, the Business Resource Center and the city of Moab. Photo by Rudy Herndon
    Job search...
    Manti-La Sal National Forest fire prevention technician Heather McLean, left, helped Ken Davis fill out an application form at this week’s job fair. Employers and job seekers alike turned out in higher-than-expected numbers for the Feb. 11 event at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center. About 117 job-seekers attended the event, according to Kelly Thornton, workforce development specialist for the Utah Department of Workforce Service’s (DWS) Moab office. Twenty-eight employers and four community partners were also represented at the job fair, which was hosted by DWS, the Moab Chamber of Commerce, the Business Expansion And Retention Program, the Business Resource Center and the city of Moab. Photo by Rudy Herndon
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    Pedestrians walk past at an electronic board outside a brokerage in TokyoMalaysia has reached an agreement with the leader of the separatist group to retrieve the bodies of the victims from last week's downing of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet as well as the plane's two black boxes, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Tuesday. Meanwhile, in the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian death toll jumped to more than 500 and Israeli losses mounted as well, as the United States stepped up efforts to secure a ceasefire.


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    By Adam Jourdan SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The latest food scandal in China is spreading fast, dragging in U.S. coffee chain Starbucks, Burger King Worldwide Inc and others, as well as McDonald's products as far away as Japan. McDonald's Corp and KFC's parent Yum Brands Inc apologized to Chinese customers on Monday after it emerged that Shanghai Husi Food Co Ltd, a unit of U.S.-based OSI Group LLC, had supplied expired meat to the two chains. On Tuesday, Starbucks said some of its cafes previously sold products containing chicken originally sourced from Shanghai Husi, a firm that was shut down on Sunday by local regulators after a TV report showed staff using expired meat and picking up meat from the floor to add to the mix.
    2014-07-22 01:10:25 -0600

    The Apple logo is pictured at a retail store in the Marina neighborhood in San FranciscoBy David Randall and Edwin Chan NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple, once a can't-miss stock, is finding it tough to persuade portfolio managers to come back into the fold. Yet the company remains one of the most significantly underweighted stocks among large cap fund managers, according to a Goldman Sachs report. Part of the reason for a lack of portfolio manager enthusiasm is that Apple Inc no longer seems to be the hot growth company of old, fund managers say. Apple reports results for its fiscal third quarter on Tuesday, July 22.


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